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Thomas the Train: TrackMaster Talking Thomas


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  • Hear Thomas talk as you play with your favorite train set
  • Play with Thomas as a motorized TrackMaster engine
  • Engine is complete with your favorite signature phrases
  • Chug Thomas around to hear whistles and phrases or press the button
  • Even includes a second car to add to your TrackMaster playset
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 2 x 1.5 inches ; 10.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002S52W1A
  • Item model number: R9626
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 6 years
  • Batteries 3 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,662 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Thomas and Friends Trackmaster "TALKING" Series Motorized Railway Battery Powered Tank Engine Train Set - TALKING THOMAS with Rock Loaded Wagon

From the Manufacturer

Thomas talks! Motorized Thomas says phrases and sounds. Watch him puff around the track and hear chugging sound effects, whistles and signature phrases. Press a button on the top to hear his voice again. Comes with two cargo cars. Requires 3 AAA batteries. Motorized train track play is compatible with all TrackMaster track sets (sold separately).

Customer Reviews

My 3 year old Grandson loves them.
CeCe F
Works sometimes...gotta keep pressing button and then it doesn't run for more than a few seconds.
Right Stuff
My little boy loves the Thomas engines, and this is a great little engine.
Father

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mary D. Krenke on September 23, 2010
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I just gave this to my grandson yesterday for this first birthday. It may take him a little while to figure out what to do to make it go but he seemed to enjoy it anyway; his 3 year old sister had no trouble with this. When you depress the smokestack Thomas tells you his name and makes the woo-woo train whistle. It then starts to move and has no problem traveling over a short pile carpet. The tender is securely attached and does not detach easily so that if you pick up one car the other one does not suddenly fall off which is important for very young children. Well constructed with no removable parts that could cause a choking hazard. I expect he'll get many years of enjoyment with this toy.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Father on April 8, 2012
First, I want to address the issue many may experience when first opening. Some reviewers indicated that it talked, but didn't move. Please read the instructions; it clearly states that the batteries included with product are for demonstration purposes only. You will need to install fresh batteries upon opening. We too experienced this when we purchased Gordon, but after referring to the instructions, it was clear that we needed to install new AAA batteries. Worked awesome after doing so.

My little boy loves the Thomas engines, and this is a great little engine. The talking engines are better than the regular motorized, in that the gears run much more quiet... No high pitched whining gears. Just remember, the batteries which are included only allow the whines to talk while in the package, they don't have the juice to make it move. You'll need to install new batteries and to first engage, give it a little push. We've bought my son Gordon as well, and in both instances we had to give it a little push after changing the batteries upon opening.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By E. Lin on January 23, 2013
I'll reiterate what the other poster said about the batteries being for demo purposes and add that they probably don't have too much juice after being repeatedly pressed in the store.

One thing that has not been said is the fact that this talking Trackmaster is not free wheeling when turned off. In other words, the wheels don't freely rotate for play when the motor is disengaged. My only other point of reference is a non-talking Trackmaster Charlie which does have rotating wheels even when turned off. It probably wouldn't take much to break the motor if a child forced the engine around the tracks when turned off.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Kerin on March 1, 2013
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You know how this Thomas talks? They aren't kidding. Thomas talks all the friggin' time. Thomas never shuts up and Thomas never stops saying his name, because Thomas is the Number One Blue Engine and the eternal hunger of Thomas will consume all things.

Beware: when switched on, this piece of plastic will automatically talk every ten seconds, whether it's being played with or not. The toy will continue to motor forward, and if it runs into an obstacle it will stop and emit an endless, horrific sound of plastic gears grinding against each other, and above it all you'll hear Thomas's infernal, infantile voice. Hi, I'm Thomas! I'm the number one blue engine! I'm a Really Useful Engine! I will lay waste to your spirit, and then I will reap my crop of human despair!

The other awesome thing about this toy is how poorly engineered it is. The wheels use a ribbed tire mechanism to grip the slick, cheap plastic TrackMaster tracks, and it's sized perfectly to pick up hair or string and draw it around the axle and jam up the gearbox. It's bad enough when it picks up a piece of his mother's hair - which is long, and blonde, and nearly impossible to see until it's jammed inside a toy train - or the hair of my kids, which can happen when it's still attached to their heads because kids put their heads on the carpet next to the train because it helps them play make-believe.

Have you ever needed to detach a cackling, murderous plastic train from a screaming child's head while it (the train) explains gleefully that it's Number One? I have. TrackMaster Talking Thomas has brought the most horrific nightmares of my childhood to life. Keep this grim force of battery-powered malevolence out of your home and buy the wooden Thomas sets instead. Final score is two stars: one because it's the minimum, plus another because my kids love it (they won't develop good taste for at least ten years.)
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Capt08 on March 15, 2011
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My son loves this toy so much that he takes it with him where ever he goes. He plays with it on the floors or on the trackmaster track sets. This toy took a beating and kept on chugging. It went down a flight of stairs and still worked. I agree with the other reviewer that the childs fingers get pinched if they grab the train from the sides while it's moving. It's nothing drastic as far as drawing blood but they will feel that pinch. My son just says "ouch" and keeps on playing. lol. Other than that the train is a fun toy that's very durable and keeps your child entertained for hours. I recommend all of the motorized talking trains.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By SgtTort on October 29, 2013
We got this thing for our 2 year old and it broke IMMEDIATELY at the connection between the two pieces. From there, everything else broke to the point where it makes sound but thats it. I hate this thing but the boy likes it so we cant toss it. Dont buy this two piece style of train. Its a nightmare.
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